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598,349,130
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554,400,104
Recovered
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6,464,663
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Updated on August 18, 2022 2:53 PM

Global Statistics

All countries
598,349,130
Confirmed
Updated on August 18, 2022 2:53 PM
All countries
554,400,104
Recovered
Updated on August 18, 2022 2:53 PM
All countries
6,464,663
Deaths
Updated on August 18, 2022 2:53 PM

Two Heart Medications Found to Greater Heart-Attack Risk

There are certain medications people specifically used for preventing unwanted heart attacks. They are grouped as heart attack medications.

It has been found that people often take beta blockers who are suffering from the problem of non-fatal heart attacks. To be precise, they take aspirin, and antiplatelet medications to reduce such risks.

As per the new development and research in this regard, patients who take above two medications are at higher risk. This is what revealed by Kai Chen, an assistant professor in the Department of Epidemiology at Yale School of Public Health.

People who are suffering from any kind of coronary heart disease and are taking beta blockers, they can help them improve the quality of life. But those who are taking aspirin and other antiplatelet medications are known to reduce the risk of a heart attack.

As per the research done in this regard, some external conditions like cold weather and cold weather can trigger heart attacks. Extremely hot weather is also known to cause such problems.

In order to get more clarity on this, epidemiologists are currently working to spot which group of people are most sensitive to such environmental extremes.

Two Heart Attack Medications Linked to the Risk of An Heart Attack

The research says that people using heart attack medications like beta-blockers or antiplatelet medications are more prone to have heart attacks during extreme weather.

It was also found that the use of Antiplatelet medication was once associated with over 60% risk and beta blockers associated with 65% increase.

People who are taking both these medications are known to be at 75% higher risk. At the same time, non-users of the above heart attack medications were not likely to have a heart attack on extreme weather.

Please note that these studies nowhere prove that the above heart attack medications are linked with heart attacks. But it might be possible that some people have got them in the presence of extreme weather.

In the same way, it’s also somehow possible that those having the issue of an underlying heart disease might have somewhat higher susceptibility to a heart attack during hot weather.

In the end, the results carried out by the above research shows that with the change of climate, heart attacks might become a greater issue to some people who are suffering from a cardiovascular disease.

 

Also Read: How Good Cardiovascular Health Reduces the Risk of Diabetes?

 

 

 

Source: MedIndia.net

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